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care. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital and trauma center. michelle griego. and i'm kenny choi. let's get a look at weather an here's ro good morning. it's friday, july 15. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's head outside. let's take a live look. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we have a situation on the bay bridge. there is an accident there. gianna will have much more on that in traffic in just a bit but let's check weather first. >> gianna, you have been so busy. think there's been a lot of overheating going on because of the heat and the stalls. >> a lot of construction lately, too? so you know, they are working out there and people may not be paying attention. >> well, this season in the bay area, all we have had are two seasons and that was winter and construction. today good morning, everybody. there are some subtle changes in your forecast. we have areas of drizzle lining
the coast into the bay. may even need your windshield wipers as you approached the city of san francisco. right now it is 55 degrees. we're pretty much uniform in the 50s with the blanket of low clouds streaming a little bit further into the bay this morning. it's the third consecutive day of "spare the air." hazy sunshine away from the coast where we'll be socked in all day in the mid-60s. 60s and 70s will be common around the bay seasonal 80s in the peninsula and then jump into the low 90s away from the bay. the weekend weather forecast offers some changes you need to know about coming up at 18 after the hour but first here's gianna. >> thank you very much. the traffic alert the upper deck of the bay bridge, the deal is three cars involved in this accident on the upper deck of the bay bridge. its blocking the slow lane. injuries are record. so a lot of activity there. chp is working to clear it. they are hoping to cancel the
"sig alert" shortly. the accident is near treasure island. one right lane completely shut down for this injury accident. hopefully, in my next report everything will be cleared. in the meantime if you want to avoid delays on the bridge right now you can always use mass transit. everything is on time systemwide. no delays for any all mass transit. over to the san mateo bridge, we were just talking about construction. there's been some construction and overnight roadwork projects. that's been cleared now at 5 a.m. but you want to keep in mind that this lasts throughout the weekend until sunday morning so that may slow you down. back to you. >> thank you. heads of state around the world are condemning the bastille day terror attack in france. a source close to the investigation says the attacker was known to officials for petty crimes but not for islamist extremist. the death toll is 84, including two americans. reed binion has the latest. >> france is affected by this
new tragedy. >> reporter: french president francois hollande addressing a nation once again in mourning just hours after a terror attack that left scores dead in the mediterranean coastal city of nice. it was bastille day with festivities similar to the 4th of july in america. crowd gathered to watch fireworks on the city's beachfront promenade then gunshots a roaring engine and screams. >> just knew that we had to run for our lives. >> reporter: the driver of a large truck firing into the crowd then barreling down the street in a murderous tear that lasted for more than a mile. >> you could hear banging sounds as the truck drove over people. >> reporter: among the dead, parents and children. >> that was the worst thing is watching, um, couples and parents running with their children. [ crying ] >> the terror just -- just -- their fear. >> reporter: with bodies littering the street, police shot the driver dead. the shock wave from the attack rolled across the atlantic and onto the presidential campaign trail. hillary clinton calling for greater intelligence gathering to fight terror. donald trump telling fox news he would ask for a declaration
of war against isis. former house speaker newt gingrich while the investigation has only just begun offering a more extreme reaction. >> we should frankly test every person here who is of a muslim background and if they believe in sharia, they should be deported. >> reporter: i'm reed binion reporting. >> the u.s. embassy in paris is trying to account for any other americans who may have been in nice during the incident. dozens of marchers are expected in the bay area to show solidarity with "black lives matter." it's part of "a day of rage" organized by the group "anonymous" at several cities nation wide. the event is at civic center plaza in san francisco and frank ogawa plaza in oakland, could impact traffic. they both start at 4 p.m. also, at civic center plaza today, a rally to oust mayor lee. a local group says lee is not capable of leading san francisco city citing recent
police shootings and skyrocketing rents. the group last already filed legal document to petition for the removal of san francisco's mayor. the rally starts at 10 a.m. on the steps of city hall. a language mix-up spells scary consequences for workers at a restaurant in washington. >> i don't want the police to come here. >> the owner of lucky teriyaki swears law enforcement is welcome at his business. the confusion started when an employee saw two customers sitting near deputies spill soup and water. waiter thought the deputies had scared the customers. when the deputies were spoken to, they thought he said don't come back. after the sheriff's office wrote about it at facebook, people were livid and threatened the staff at the restaurant. >> i said there must be a misunderstanding because, you know, i never feel that way when i go there. >> the owner said he was misunderstood due to a language barrier. they are not anticop.
they are offering free meals to law enforcement this monday. in the next few days, new cameras look up and running on highway 4 in pittsburg. part of an effort to curb a rash of shootings recently. 14 new cameras are scheduled to be fully functional by monday. cameras at the city limits will be used to watch for possible criminals going in and out of town. police officers can use mobile phones to control them or to view video. >> one, it's hopefully a deterrent to people that are coming into this reasonable with intent to commit crime and two it's an investigative tool should something happen on the freeway. >> the cameras will be used to monitor suspicious activity not traffic. a team of officers is assigned to respond to the information gathered by those cameras. anywhere you look this weekend you're likely to spot someone on his phone chasing pokemon but while many in the bay area are just playing pokemon, some are causing problems. lisa chan is live in our newsroom on crimes linked to
the game and some events that will provide a safe place to play. reporter: two san francisco residents have been arrested and linked to several crimes in san francisco's bayview neighborhood this week of the place say 20-year-old jonathan limu and a 19-year-old arrested on various charges including firearms and carjacking charges. on sunday one of the suspects robbed a 16-year-old boy of his phone. monday they demanded money from a 19-year-old punched him and stole his personal belongings. police say they took a 58-year- old man's wallet. all the crimes happened while the victims were distracted playing "pokemon go." in san diego, two men fell over a cliff while trying to capture monsters. police say they climbed through a fence with warning signs. one man fell 50 feet, the other 90 feet. firefighters rescued both. >> it took a team of firefighters and lifeguards and special equipment to assemble a cliff rescue rope rig and they ascended down the side of the
bluff here and actually had to put a harness on one of these individuals and bring them back up. >> reporter: the became is so popular there are a number of events coming up. costumes and face painting. if you want to play in the east bay tonight head to ja n square. there tup to coincide ack's night market.. a esday- more th hundred peop signed up for a mon go pub crawl in san francisco. y in fairfield you can join pol ficers for a pokemon hunt at the nter pond. th 's at 11 a.m. wednesday there will be a pub crawl in san francisco. today in fairfield, you can join police officers for a pokemon hunt at the civic center pond. that's at 11 a.m. and zoos all across the country are also one of the best places to play the game. michelle? >> yeah. they are the best places to play, lisa, but didn't two people in ohio break into a zoo after hours? >> that's right. they took their pokemon hunting a little too far and jumped a fence at the toledo zoo. while zoos want players to come, they also want them to come during regular hours. live in the newsroom, lisa
chan, kpix 5. on to the latest news from the presidential race. some donald trump supporters are now suing the city of san jose over clashes after a trump rally downtown. kpix 5's maria medina joins us live from the convention center the scene of last month's violence. maria reporter: good morning, kenny. 14 people are suing the police chief, the mayor and the city of san jose basically saying you failed to protect us. remember this scene last month outside the trump rally? it made national headlines and now trump supporters are saying they were forced to leave the rally and right into a group of violent protestors and san jose police just watched on, criticized for not being aggressive. the republican national convention in cleveland next week, officials are hoping for a different story. they say they are prepared for unruly visitors and for chaos. security is going to be ramped up there especially with the killings of five dallas police
officers on their minds. >> i am concerned about the prospect of demonstrations getting out of hand. i am concerned about the possibility of violence. we have within dhs some 3,000 personnel that will be dedicated to the security of the republican national convention and the democratic national convention each. >> reporter: so they have a list of dozens of that they are going to ban from the rnc. but here is a twist. one thing they cannot ban are guns because of the open carry law in ohio. as for the lawsuit back here in san jose, the city is not commenting but police did make some arrests after the rally. but many say the damage was already done. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. the classified pages detailing ties between 9/11 hijackers and the saudi arabian government could be released as
early as today. sources say that 28 pages from that congressional report will be posted online today. it's been classified since 2002. president obama promised in april to make it public afternoon pressure from victims' families. 5:11. his name is hero. we'll introduce you to this high-tech guy as he helps our local law enforcement go above and beyond. >> plus, it's not something you see every day a deer in the city. next, hear from a woman who nearly got run over as the deer dashed across the street. >> oh, dear! [ laughter ] >> from the kpix 5 weather center. good morning, everybody! we're just hours away from the weekend and we have changes you need to know about. >> and we'll get you updated on this traffic alert along the bay bridge. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
today a florida court to make some big decisions about the largest airbag recall in u.s. history. the judge will decide whether families can sue takata after its faulty airbags were linked to several deaths. the judge will also decide whether the japanese company's ceo would have to testify in court. takata airbags are used by at least 22 different car brands. the feds say that it will take three years to replace all the recalled airbags. back here at home, more
public relations concerns for palo alto-based tesla. consumer reports magazine is urging the electric car maker to change the name of its autopilot driving system. it also suggested that tesla should disconnect the automatic steering feature. the magazine says calling the system autopilot promotes a dangerous assumption that the cars can drive themselves. tesla maintains that the technology is safe. the geniuses behind the "star wars" effects are using their talents to create a training tool for bay area police officers. meet hero. he is an animatronic dog created by a couple of former industrial light and magic model makers. they brought they are skills to trauma fx which creates trauma training mannequins. hero helps k-9 handlers respond. he has a pulse and can bleed.
>> you can practice on a number of different injuries and gives a more life like realistic experience. >> the designers already have the human trauma simulators helping soldiers deal with ied injuries in the field. cool. >> yeah. time now 5:16. we had a situation on the bay bridge this morning. how is it now? >> better. chp did a great job clearing it quickly. three car accident. two right lanes were closed at treasure island. everything is now clear. looks like traffic is up to speed better across the upper deck past treasure island. no delays at the toll plaza. it's clear past the meters lights and traffic is good near fremont. i'll show that you in a second. we have an accident south 680 at gregory, two-car accident. no lanes blocked. another wreck in the south bay 101 at guadalupe parkway. this one is also off to the right shoulder. chp is on scene.
your drive times in the south bay are "friday light" along 101, 280 and 87. conditions in and out of san francisco, no troubles there. live look at the skyway there as you exit fremont street into san francisco. traffic is light. it is "friday light" heading out of oakland over into san francisco there. northbound 880 off to a great start, as well. 238 to the maze you have an easy ride northbound. southbound no troubles at all. just keep in mind there is a minor accident 66 but it is over to the right shoulder. and you see a lot of green on the sensors so it's not causing any delays at all as you work your way south 880 through oakland this morning. don't forget tonight you will see busy conditions because everyone is going to the game, not just to see the a's and the blue jays but to see roberta throw out the first pitch! first pitch at 7:05. we'll all be there cheering her on so come out and join us and don't forget, though, give yourself a few extra minutes, 880 will be busy, maybe bart will be the best way. right? >> are you ready?
>> i'm so excited that you, michelle and kenny are coming. what a great team! i'm just coming off the dl list. i need tommy john surgery! i really do i'm all wrapped up here but we are going to give it a whirl tonight. hi, everybody! good morning, rise and shine! this is a look towards the transamerica pyramid. at the top of there, where we have 3600 windows you can't see out at the top because of low clouds and fog. paco, it's foggy out there this morning. [ foghorn ] >> thank you very much! [ laughter ] >> temperatures in the 50s across the board. the wind are slight. [ foghorn ] >> we need a good wind to blow out all the fog. good morning, hayward, winds at 7. 22-mile-per-hour winds at the delta. so we have john miller in santa rosa our weather watcher and
says hey, he is overcast this morning, as well. thanks for checking in with us. localized drizzle, deeper marine layer, above average temperatures inland and for the third straight day it is a "spare the air" day. cloud are stacked up at the coast. going to take a while to see any kind of clearing around the bay. will not clear out at the seashore according to our futurecast. see that right there? i wanted to stop it about midnight. that's the trough blowing through that will mix up the marine layer pull in cooler air bring our temperatures back to seasonal levels inland for the weekend. ridge of high pressure will begin to leave allowing that low to slip through in the overnight hours. temperatures today, 60s beaches, 70s bay, 84 san jose, 93 livermore down from 9 yesterday. it was 100 in brentwood and gilroy yesterday. notice the cooler air mass over the weekend. then summertime in the city. all the way until thursday.
game forecast for tonight as the a's play host to the toronto blue jays, wow, game time 7:05, first pitch at 6:50. at 65 degrees. we also have a lot of other things going on this weekend including the menlo park summerfest in the mid-70s. i'm so happy we get to hang out tonight together on a friday night. >> it's going to be so much fun. >> what are you wearing? >> that's what i asked you last night. i don't know yet but green. something that's green. >> all right. >> have you been warming up in the bullpen? >> i dislocated my shoulder in february. and, um, by trying to pitch this week i kind of re-injured it so i'm actually all wrapped up underneath here now but we'll try to get it across the plate. no bounce. [ laughter ] >> i want to see a strike. >> it's not happening 90 miles per hour right down the center. >> not happening. >> we'll be cheering you on, though. [ laughter ] reporters in the field encounter drama but don't often see wild animals on the sidewalk.
>> here's what it looked like yesterday when sacramento streets turned know a racetrack. eventually, the deer dashed into a construction yard and nearly collided with caltrans workers. people were alarmed. >> gee, what's he doing here? >> i heard the hooves hitting the ground and i thought, that is the strangest sound coming up behind me. i didn't really know what to think of it. >> don't hear that too much. now authorities are trying to figure out just where the wild animal came from. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, we are going to go across the atlantic for two big stories. the bizarre happening at the tour de france and history on the line at the british open. did phil mickelson do it or not? coming up. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
collegiate summer baseball good morning, everybody. the british open got under way and a few hours ago at troon in scotland. quite a home come for scotsman colin montgomerie. he is currently a member of troon and learned to play the game on the link style course at the age of 6. pictured here on the right. >> so you had five or six years of links golf.
>> links, links golf at 6 years old? >> well you started. >> you started, i mean, yeah. the reason i hit the ball low was because i couldn't hit it high, you know? [ laughter ] >> i wasn't actually very good then, you know. >> so monty had the honorary first shot. but he got into trouble quick. his bunker on the first attempt eventually had to go sideways because of the horrible lie. he took a double bogey and might have lost the chip right there. our play of the day from the north woods league a collegial summer baseball league. check out this painful looking catch by jonah davis. look at this. boom! right into the wall. it took him a little while to recover but he is okay and even stayed in the game but in the end it was the green bay bullfrogs who won the game. the final score, 4-1. ♪[ music ] looking ahead to the republican national convention next week, why officials
condemned tennis balls but not guns. >> i'm lisa chan live in the newsroom. "pokemon go" has become so popular, it's becoming a group sport. we'll tell you about upcoming events and why you need to stay alert while playing the game. ,,,, (upbeat music) - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco,
th on the investigation. plus, the reaction on the campaign trail to yet another terror attack. weather ad libs traffic ad lib good morning dozens dead in france. >> reaction on the campaign after another terror attack. >> we have several changes in the forecast for the weekend that you need to know about. >> chp cleared one accident at the bay bridge, a new one pops up. details coming up. good morning, it's friday,
july 15. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. three days of national mourning today in france after a man plowed a truck through crowds of people attending a fireworks show. at least 84 people have died, two of the victims americans a father and son. the attack happened on a seaside promenade in nice. tina kraus reports reporter: forensic teams in nice examined the bullet ridden white truck overnight. its drive identified as mohamed lahouaiej bouhlel by cbs news sources mode down dozens of -- mowed down dozens of people celebrating bastille day just hours before. this amateur video shows police shooting at the driver as the truck came to a stop. moments before, eyewitnesses captured the vehicle picking up speed as it barreled down the promenade. >> i seen one guy actually running, sobbing, crying, we seen people holding babies, screaming, shouting, mothers running for cover. >> reporter: 51-year-old sean copeland of texas and his 11-
year-old son brody were among those killed. ben terry captured this video as he and others hid in the storage room of a restaurant amid the chaos. >> we wanted to believe that it was just firecrackers going off or fireworks, but it became clear it was something a lot more sinister than that. [ speaking french ] >> reporter: hours after the attack, french president francois hollande declared terror had hit the country again. president obama also condemned the attack. french officials are now looking into who else may have played a role. so far, no group has claimed responsibility. tina kraus, cbs news. >> and it was just eight months ago that attacks in paris killed 130 people. after yesterday's massacre, france's president ordered a three-month extension of a state emergency. hillary clinton and donald trump are condemning the attack in france. after the massacre in nice, donald trump said in a phone interview on fox news, if he is
elected president, he would ask congress for a declaration of war against isis. in a separate interview, hillary clinton said the u.s. is in a war against radical jihadist groups. she said she would focus on building a stronger coalition to prevent future attacks. >> it's a different kind of war. we need to be smart about how we wage it but we have to be determined that we're going to win it. >> this is war. if you look at it, this is war coming from all different parts. and frankly, it's war and we're dealing with people without uniforms. >> trump delayed today's announcement of his vice- presidential pick because of the attack. cbs news has confirmed his vp pick-indiana governor mike pence. some donald trump supporters say they are suing the city of san jose for failing to protect them during a trump rally last month. kpix 5's maria medina joins us live from mcenery convention center to explain how security may be a much different story at the next week's republican national convention in ohio
reporter: yeah. you know, michelle, as far as that lawsuit, 14 people are now suing the police chief, the mayor and the city of san jose. remember this scene outside the trump rally last month? trump supporters say they were forced outside of the rally right into a group of violent protestors as san jose police just watched. police criticized for not being aggressive enough. now looking ahead to the republican national convention in cleveland ohio, next week, officials are hoping for a much different story there. they are prepared, they say, for unruly protestors and chaos. they say they are going to ramp up security there especially with the killing of five dallas police officers on their minds. >> it's increasingly challenging when people have -- shootings occur in a crowd and they begin running and we don't know if they are the shooter or not or they begin -- it's been the presumption that a good guy with a gun is the best way to
resolve some of these things. well, we don't know who the good guy is versus who the bad guy is if everybody starts shooting. >> reporter: now, there is a list of dozens of items banned at the rnc. but they cannot ban guns because of ohio's open carry law. now, as for the lawsuit back here in san jose, the city really isn't commenting. police made some arrests after the rally. but the damage was already done. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. time now 5:34. let's check weather. >> have you noticed a change today? >> not yet. i noticed the change in here. [ laughter ] >> it's cold! >> it's a little cooler in here. >> you think? >> no body fat! [ laughter ] >> as you get ready to head out the door this morning, you will be greeted with some areas of drizzle, especially as you head due west towards the city of san francisco. you can tell right now that we have a lowering deck of clouds
in comparison to 24 hours ago. we could see the top of the transamerica pyramid. right now that deck is roughly oh, let's say about 700 feet perhaps even lower to 600 feet. that could cause some delays at sfo. we'll keep you posted on that. right now we have uniform temperatures in the 50s due to the blanket of clouds. we need a robust sea breeze. not going to see it. so it's a third consecutive "spare the air" day. we a lot of pollution at the surface in the east bay and also in the santa clara valley. numbers spot on for this time of the year in san francisco at 67 degrees. no clearing at the immediate seashore today with the string of 60s. 80s at the peninsula. 90 los gatos. 86 san jose where we should be for this time of the year. well above average by 9 degrees in livermore at 96 down from 99 degrees yesterday. so you won't feel much difference there. north bay numbers from 65 to 84 degrees in the novato area.
changes, weather changes, for your weekend. we have that coming up shortly. but right now let's send it to gianna. >> we have an early-morning accident where chp issued a traffic alert. that was cleared quickly. now a new wreck reported just a few minutes ago involving a couple cars. it is a noninjury accident but right now they are blocking two left lanes upper deck of the bay bridge just before treasure island so now we have a big backup as you work your way across the span. an early backup at the toll plaza, as well. hopefully it will clear quickly. but the damage is done. you're going to see big delays at the bay bridge. metering lights are on. you're backed up into the maze so very early there. slow across the upper deck to treasure island. once you pass the accident you won't have any problems getting into san francisco. our other hot spot slow conditions on 580 coming away from 205 to the altamont pass. right around greenville. maybe even just before that. so "friday light" overall. once you get past that, though, no troubles at the dublin interchange.
back to you. >> thank you. all around the bay area plenty of people will be playing "pokemon go." heard of it? of course you have. even our local law enforcement is getting involved so players can catch pikachu in peace. kpix 5's lisa chan reports from the newsroom on some bizarre crimes linked to the game. >> reporter: good morning. two san francisco residents have been arrested and linked to several crimes in san francisco's bayview neighborhood this week. police say 20-year-old jonathan and a 19-year-old were booked on suspicion of robbery assault with a deadly weapon firearms charges attempted carjacking and conspiracy. on sunday, one of the suspects robbed a 16-year-old boy of his phone. monday authorities say they demanded money from a 19-year- old punched him and stole his personal belongings. police say they took a 58-year- old man's wallet. all happened while victims were distracted playing "pokemon go." cemeteries are a hot spot for pokemon players. in modesto hundreds of people are showing up throughout the
day and especially at night to play the game. the superintendent of the property says players aren't being respectful. >> we have familiar there's come out here and they only come out here for the quiet and peace to sit with their loved ones. when you have something like this going on, it's very disrespectful. >> the game is so popular, there are a number of events coming up. the pokemon ball let's catch 'em all at 6 p.m. at the westfield mall. if you want to play in the east bay tonight head to jack london square. there's a meetup to coincide with jack's night market. and wednesday more than 4500 people are signed up for a "pokemon go" pub crawl in san francisco. [ pause ] >> reporter: if you are going to play this weekend, the law enforcement officials just want you to do it safely. michelle? >> yeah. and how are police departments trying to keep people safe? >> reporter: today in fairfield, at 11:00, the police
department will join you on a pokemon hunt at the civic center pond. so that's one way to play the game and stay safe. live in the newsroom, lisa chan, kpix 5. krispy kreme is making more than donuts. it's breaking into the soda business. hena daniels of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more trending topics. good morning, hena. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. happy friday. strong earnings are lepping the dow and the s&p stay in record territory. yesterday, the dow rose 134 points. the nasdaq added 28 points finishing just short of the all- time high hit a year ago. there are changes in the air at delta because of "brexit." the carrier will cut flights between the u.s. and britain this winter. the pound is dropped 12% since britain voted to leave the european union and that's hurting the bottom line so britain-bound seats will be
scaled back by 6%. david bowie's art collection will be on auction by sotheby's. it will be displayed in london, new york and l.a. before the auction in london in november. the sale is expected to bring in about $13 million. and if you don't read all the fine print on the internet and in app stores you're not alone. a new study found hundreds of college students signed up for a made-up social networking site agreeing to its lengthy terms of service and by doing that, they agreed to give away their first born baby by 2050. according to researchers only 2% of participants realized what they were clicking on and eventually agreeing to. >> yeah. it's easy to just scroll down and click agree. >> reporter: done it so many times. >> guilty as charg. hena, krispy kreme donuts taking a bite out of the soda business. what's this all about? >> reporter: that's right. they begun selling a new version of a southern favorite, cheer wine soda. it's described as a cherry
flavored soda having note of krispy kreme classic glazed donuts. for now it's only available in the carolinas and savannah, georgia. >> guess we can always try something once. hena daniels of cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. it is 5:41. a bay area fire station closed during fire season. why one firefighter is especially worried about the consequences. ,,,,
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county. ivan morales is accused of shoo two suspects in a sonoma county armed heist are suspected of a similar crime in los angeles county. ivan morales is accused of shooting a loomis armored truck guard in windsor doug tuesday's heist. during a pursues after the hyatt serge gutsu fired #california police officer. he had a blackite and was in a
wheel -- he had a black eye and was in a wheelchair. he was injured at the end of the pursuit when an officer rammed the car he was driving. tuesday's robbery outside a bank is similar to an incident in southern california four months ago. in that case, an armored truck guard was robbed in front of a both are now suspected in both crimes. gutsu is expected to be charged in the killing of a quizno sandwich shop owner in san dimas last year. the father of a 4-year-old was killed while driving to pick up his daughter. the crime happened at the intersection in cherryland near hayward. with the help of surveillance video, police arrested two suspects. but now they are asking for the public's help finding the murder weapon. the killing was cold-blooded. >> it was loud. four loud gunshots, pow pow pow pow, scary. >> people will wear gloves to hide gunshot rest duty,
fingerprints and dna. it shows forethought into the act. >> investigators aren't releasing the suspect's mugshots and they are still trying to find out why they targeted the victim. as the bay area approaches the toughest part of the fire season, one palo alto fire station will be closed. fire station 8 is in foothills park. it serves about 160 homes and responded to calls from campers and bicyclists but the palo alto fire department decided to close the seasonal station for the first time in years. it's expected to save the city more than a $250,000 in overtime pay. >> the firefighters are shocked! the overall cost to keep it open is so low especially for an affluent city like palo alto and the risk is so high. >> fire chief says his department has done a detailed analysis. he told kpix 5 that out of a total of 43 calls last summer, more than half were not for emergencies and the fire engine was canceled before arriving on the scene. he went on to say that the department has mutual aid agreements with agencies in
woodside and santa clara county and safety will not be promised. in emeryville investigators are offering $10,000 to anyone who knows what sparked these flames. the fire ripped through the six- story apartment building on san pablo avenue last week. besides ruining that building under construction, it spelled the end of five townhomes and several cars. the reward goes to anyone with credible information on the cause. the secret life of pets went off the leash in its opening last week. >> but will the pets be frightened away from the number one spot in the box office by the ghouls of "ghostbusters"? >> whatever it is, no one should have to encounter this kind of evil! >> they ain't afraid of no ghosts. isn't that how the song goes? [ humming the tune ] >> melissa mccarthy and several other actresses star as the new team of "ghostbusters" in this
franchise reboot. sony is predicting $40 million for its opening. the number could put the "ghostbusters" in very close competition for the first place prize with the secret life of pets which is looking at second weekend numbers of between 50 and $60 million. and this week's other wide release is the infiltrator starring bryan cranston based on the true story of u.s. customs official robert mazur taking down pablo escobar. it's expected to make $6 million in its weekend opening. that one looks interesting. >> you think that will get people off pokemon into the theaters? >> no! absolutely not. >> people will play pokemon in the theater. i just want to hear "kenny choi to the world" sing again. >> who you gonna call. >> "ghostbusters"! >> who you going to call for traffic and weather! >> traffic busters! i think i want to see the secret life of pets. it looks cute. we have this accident our second one of the morning not
-- kind of in the same area of the upper deck of the bay bridge near treasure island. they just wrapped it up opened up the two left lanes got it off the bridge but the damage is done. it has caused an early backup at the bay bridge so it's going to take time to recover this morning. metering lights were flipped on around 5:30. and look at this. you're already backed up well into the maze. mobile 2 drove through reporting that it's going to take about 20 to 23 minutes to get to those delays. slow past the metering lights there. sluggish out of oakland into san francisco. eastshore freeway busy into berkeley thickens up a bit there but then you will have some okay speeds coming off the carquinez bridge to the maze in some spots, 20 minutes overall for your drive time there. let's check observations oakland. nimitz freeway both direction one of our bright spots no delays clear as you work your way northbound. no delays on the southbound side near the coliseum. everything is clear through there. if you are heading southbound past that from 238 into the union city, we are seeing some
slightly slower speeds. not quite into fremont just yet. so it is moving at some okay speeds overall. it is "friday light" in some spots there along 880. definitely "friday light" on the san mateo bridge. we have no problems right now between 880 and 101. in fact, that commute out of hayward into foster city is easy with a 13-minute drive time. even better once you get on 101. if you are heading northbound if you have a flight to catch at sfo this morning it's free- flowing no delays northbound 101 all the way into san francisco. in fact, southbound you have an easy drive there, as well. if you are traveling 237 to 84 that will take you 11 minutes on 101 this morning. altamont pass slow-and-go conditions here westbound 580. a lot of it originated out of tracy stays busy to greenville and no problems connecting to 680 itself at the dublin interchange. hey, roberta. good morning. >> hey, there. do you know who is pitching tonight for toronto? >> not for toronto. >> okay. oh, it's going to be stroman. he is going to be pitching
against who on the a's? [ indiscernible ] >> this is our live weather camera. stop what you're doing. you have to take a look at this and michelle and kenny, i'm looking for some sound effects here. >> wow! >> oh!! >> wow! >> isn't that crazy? this is our live weather camera looking towards the marin headlands. you can see the very tip-top right over there. and look at this blanket, it's a deeper marine layer this morning pouring into the bay at this time. temperatures due to the blanket of low clouds and fog, paco we have some fog out there this morning. temperatures right now pretty uniform. [ foghorn ] [ laughter ] >> the fog is going to linger at the coast all day today. partly cloudy around the bay. [ foghorn ] >> the fog pushes back west. okay. south wind right now at 6 half moon bay, visibility down to 3 miles. we have some areas of drizzle due to the very deep marine layer. winds up to 22 in fairfield. needle a good gusty wind during the afternoon to flow the pollutants out. not going to happen. the third consecutive "spare the air" day. there you have the shield of cloud stacked up right there
next to the coast. a little disturbance that's going to throw a few clouds in to the north of us. futurecast illustrates by the early afternoon hours, we still have areas of low clouds and fog along the san mateo coast. i would not bank on any kind of coastal clearing today. oh, do you see that? stop that right there. 1:00 in the morning that's the trough passing through the bay area. that's going to pull down cooler air and we'll have temperatures coming down in the inland areas but not today. not until the trough comes through tomorrow overnight. high pressure the ridge is beginning to break down allowing the trough to the north of us to swing in. 105 fresno, 83 high sierra and beaches at 63. monterey bay. no clearing at the coast. 80s peninsula. 90s east to brentwood, tracy, oakley and discovery bay. mountain house. mid- to high 90s. cooling tomorrow with seasonal highs on sunday through thursday. oakland a's they're playing tonight.
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park. it features demos of the latest drone technology and a best tech invention contest. grand prize is $50,000. it all starts at 10:30. and drones are everywhere these days. but they will soon be taking on a new frontier. under water. a company designed this commercial underwater drone. the engineer behind it says it started as a project to look for sunken treasure. he never found it but he has stumbled on a gold mine of sorts. later this years the company will start selling the trident one of the first commercially available underwater drones. it can travel to a depth of about a football field. and you can see what the drone cease in real time. starbucks is getting an upscale makeover. the ceo announced that the company will create a new brand of stores called starbucks reserve only. they will offer premium small lot reserve coffee in a larger cafe environment than current starbucks. the new reserve only stores will start popping up next year in hundreds of location. new food labels will let
you know if you are consuming genetically modified ingredients. the white house says that president obama will sign a bill requiring most food packaging labels to disclose gmos. the agriculture department will have two years to write the rules. it is 5:56. we're learning more about two americans killed in an attack at a celebration in france. >> reporter: trump supporters sue the city of san jose for failing to protect them. why rnc officials say that won't happen to them. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,$8drw
and i'm kenny choi. latives say a ma good morning of the it's friday, july 15. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. >> well relatives say a man from texas and his 11-year-old son are among the 84 people confirmed dead after a man plowed a large truck through a crowd of people in france. the attack happened at the site of a bastille day fireworks
show on a seaside promise national in the city of nice. the latest now from cbs news' tina kraus. reporter: forensic teams in nice examined the bullet ridden white truck overnight. its drive identified as mohamed lahouaiej bouhlel by cbs news sources mowed down dozens of people celebrating just hours before. this amateur video shows police shooting at the driver as the truck came to a stop. moments before, eyewitnesses captured the vehicle picking up speed as it barreled down the promenade. >> i seen one guy actually running, sobbing, crying, we seen people holding babies, screaming, shouting, mothers running for cover. >> reporter: 51-year-old sean copeland of texas and his 11- year-old son brody were among those killed. ben terry captured this video as he and others hid in the storage room of a restaurant amid the chaos. >> we wanted to believe that it was just firecrackers going off or fireworks, but it became clear it was something a lot more sinister than that. [ speaking french ]